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Which two people groups were fighting in "The Patriot's Pass-Word?" Swiss and Austrians
In "Quest for Courage," Mafatu discovered something on the beach that would help him create tools and weapons. What was it? the skeleton of a whale
What did Sir Roland receive to show the great honor he had earned for guarding the gateway? a golden star that appeated on his shield
In "The Knights of the Silver Shield," why was Sir Roland disappointed to be assigned to guard the castle gateway? Sir Roland wanted to prove himself by fighting the giants
How had Nathan lost his father? His father had died in a battle at Bunker Hill.
According to Norman Macleod's poem, we are to trust in God and do what? the right
Throughout the story, what three beasts did Mafatu kill? a hammerhead shark, a wild boar and an octopus
Who was Don Quixote's squire? Sancho Panza
Where was the underground newspaper published? in the cellar of the bakery
Whose death opened the way for the Swiss? Arnold Winkelried's
Who tried to tempt Sir Roland to open the gateway? a wounded knight, an old beggar woman, and a little old man with a long black cloak
In "Stanzas on Freedom," to whom does Lowell address the poem? free men and women
In the story "Beneath the Saddle," who was with Nathan in the house when the soldiers came the first and second times? No one was with him the first time; the wounded soldier was there the second time
In "Courage Has a Crimson Coat," what quality stays at home to weave the clothing for the other qualities? Patience
What did Don Quixote say he would give his squire? an island or kingdom to govern or rule
What did he think were really giants? windmills
What was the name of Mafatu's closest companion? Uri
How many soldiers charged in "The Charge of the Light Brigade?" six hundred
Who was taken to the Guard House? Thomaso, Eva's brother
Who gave the Nazi soldiers information regarding "The Wind is Free" and other games the Czechoslovakian children played? Eva
What were the children going to throw in the brook before the Germans stopped them? Morana, the stuffed scarecrowlike figure of Old Woman Winter
Where did Nathan find the packet? between the saddle and blanket of the wounded soldier's horse
In "Stanzas on Freedom," this poem encourages people to take a stand against what social evil? slavery
In "The Dinner Party," what were the guests debating? whether women had as much nerve control as men
What lay across Mrs. Wynnes's feet? a cobra
Name the famous Union soldier who wrote to his wife only seven days before dying in the Battle of Bull Run? Sullivan Ballou
What natural disasteroccurred in "The Legend of Kate Shelley?" flooding caused by hard rains
What did Kate Shelley stop from going to its doom? a train loaded with people
What story is alluded to in "The Duel?" the fight between David and Goliath
"Cannon to right of them, Cannon to left of them, Cannon in front of them Colley'd and thunder'd" What title? "The Charge of the Light Brigade"
"Sir Roland has fought and won the hardest battle of all today." What title? "The Knights of the Silver Shield"
"You've done me a service! I cannot thank you enough. Aye, you've done your country a service." What title? "Beneath the Saddle"
"Look yonder, friend Sancho, there are at least thirty outrageous giants, whom I intend to encounter." What title? "The Fight with the Windmills" Don Quixote
"Cannon to right of them, Cannon to left of them, Cannon in front of them Colley'd and thunder'd" What title? "The Charge of the Light Brigade"
"Sir Roland has fought and won the hardest battle of all today." What title? "The Knights of the Silver Shield"
"You've done me a service! I cannot thank you enough. Aye, you've done your country a service." What title? "Beneath the Saddle"
"Look yonder, friend Sancho, there are at least thirty outrageous giants, whom I intend to encounter." What title? "The Fight with the Windmills" Don Quixote
"Cannon to right of them, Cannon to left of them, Cannon in front of them Colley'd and thunder'd" What title? "The Charge of the Light Brigade"
"Sir Roland has fought and won the hardest battle of all today." What title? "The Knights of the Silver Shield"
"You've done me a service! I cannot thank you enough. Aye, you've done your country a service." What title? "Beneath the Saddle"
"Look yonder, friend Sancho, there are at least thirty outrageous giants, whom I intend to encounter." What title? "The Fight with the Windmills" Don Quixote
"Make way for liberty!" he cried, - Made way for liberty, and died." What title? "The Patriot's Pass-Word"
"It seemed as still as death, and as silent as the grave. The storm and all else were forgotten and I said I must go." What title? "The Legend of Kate Shelley
"Never again need he hang his head before his people. He had fought the sea for life and won." What title? "Quest for Courage" (Call It Courage)
My dear Sarah, never forget how much I love you and when my last breath escapes me inteh battlefield, it will whisper your name." What title? "Letter from a Soldier"
"I took my power in my hand And went against the world." What title? "The Duel"
Who wrote Don Quixote ("The Fight of the Windmill") Miguel de Cervantes
Who wrote "Stanzas on Freedom?" James Russell Lowell
Who wrote "The Charge of the Light Bricade?" Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Allusion is? An indirect reference to something generally familiar, such as historical facts, legends, the Bible, or classic literature.
The meaning of refrain is? A line, verse, or group of verses repeated at various intervals throughout a poem or song.
Repetition is? The recurring use of lines, phrases or words.
Setting is? The time, place, and circumstances in which the action of a story takes place.
Characterization is? The development of a character through the attribution of distinctive features.
Imagery is? The use of words which appeal to the senses.
Symbol is? A character or object that has a meaning in itself and that also represents someting else.
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